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Ryan Gattis reviews two books on the Los Angeles police – and finds a city plagued by a national problem.
The government’s divide-and-rule strategy seems to be working and there are rumours the police have drawn up a “kill list”.
This referendum has brought a clear dichotomy in Irish society into sharp focus: the divide between traditional Catholicism and a more progressive, global outlook.
Harriet Harman has given a speech laying out the party's plans and approach to the leadership election.
From Islam to oil sands critics, Harper is using a fear of outsiders to unite voters.
The Budapest authorities fought hard to recruit the historian - but who was really working for whom?
Cutting through the patriotism in Russia's Victory Day march.
So rapid has China's development been that at any given moment there are vast, empty proto-cities waiting for people.
Everest has been violated by fame, profit, sectarian rivalry and national pride. It's time to return it to holiness.
The death of Shaimaa al-Sabbagh sent shockwaves through Egypt’s left. Now, with elections postponed again, the movement is at an impasse.
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